The largest youth shooting competition in the Western United States recently took place at the Clark County Shooting Complex with the U.S. Open Youth Clay Shooting Championship. More than 700 boys and girls in grades 4-12 competed in skeet, sporting clays and trap shooting. Organized by the Youth Shooting Sports Federation, the championship was attended by more than 1,000 in support of the young competitors who attend with their families from Nevada, California, Arizona, Utah and other neighboring states over the course of the five-day championship. The championship continues to attract state participants outside of the Western United States. As a result, organizers this year requested more skeet fields, scorekeepers, and flights for clays to accommodate the increase of youth competitors. Meanwhile, attendees enjoyed Road Kill Grill II, which remained open during the five-day event serving meats prepared BBQ style in giant-sized smokers including brisket, pulled pork, pulled chicken, hot links, ribs and a variety of side dishes. John Mull's Meats exploded in popularity after Food Network star Guy Fieri featured John Mull's Meats' Road Kill Grill on 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives' in May 2012. Mull's Meats owner Chuck Frommer occupied the food operation and concession at the shooting complex in January 2015 and named it 'Road Kill Grill II'. Located where North Decatur Boulevard ends, at the furthest north end of the valley, the 2,900-acre Clark County Shooting Complex offers an unparalleled shooting experience. Whether you're a novice or expert, you'll enjoy the complex's 30-station sporting clays course, a shotgun center featuring 24 combination trap and skeet fields, a rifle-pistol center and a known-distance archery range. The complex also offers 80 full-service RV hook-ups and a work camper host program. Our 5-star outdoor shooting facility is located at 11357 North Decatur Blvd., north of the I-215 Beltway. For more information , please call (702) 455-2000 or visit www.clarkcountynv.gov/shootingcomplex.